The Discovery of Oz, the Terrible

           NextmorningtheScarecrowsaidtohisfriends: 

           "Congratulateme.IamgoingtoOztogetmybrainsatlast. WhenIreturnIshallbeasothermenare." 

           "Ihavealwayslikedyouasyouwere,"saidDorothysimply. 

           "ItiskindofyoutolikeaScarecrow,"hereplied. "Butsurelyyouwillthinkmoreofmewhenyouhearthesplendidthoughtsmynewbrainisgoingtoturnout." Thenhesaidgood-byetothemallinacheerfulvoiceandwenttotheThroneRoom,whereherappeduponthedoor. 

           "Comein,"saidOz. 

           TheScarecrowwentinandfoundthelittlemansittingdownbythewindow,engagedindeepthought. 

           "Ihavecomeformybrains,"remarkedtheScarecrow,alittleuneasily. 

           "Oh,yes;sitdowninthatchair,please,"repliedOz. "Youmustexcusemefortakingyourheadoff,butIshallhavetodoitinordertoputyourbrainsintheirproperplace." 

           "That’sallright,"saidtheScarecrow. "Youarequitewelcometotakemyheadoff,aslongasitwillbeabetteronewhenyouputitonagain." 

           SotheWizardunfastenedhisheadandemptiedoutthestraw. Thenheenteredthebackroomandtookupameasureofbran,whichhemixedwithagreatmanypinsandneedles. Havingshakenthemtogetherthoroughly,hefilledthetopoftheScarecrow’sheadwiththemixtureandstuffedtherestofthespacewithstraw,toholditinplace. 

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